Social entrepreneurship is not about what you can do or who you are, but rather, what you are uniquely positioned and want to do happening at the right time. One can be talented and entrepreneurial but not in the right environment or have the right idea. Similarly, someone with the right idea, drive and support can do amazing things, without the necessary level of pre-existing skill sets.
Erika Williams, the author of this post, invites us to do the next generation a favor by continuing to elevate a diversity of social entrepreneurship stories, profiles, principles, and lessons and not default to the stories that appear on our magazine covers or have already reached a star status within the field. This diversity can help show young visionaries that there are many possible paths to bringing about social change.
Para ver el post completo: http://blogs.hbr.org/cs/2012/09/a_millennials_social_entrepren.html
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